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"It appears that 3rd Person Snapmatic Selfies may be patched."
And the hooker in garage thing was patched in 1.08 @ "http://gtaforums.com/topic/664255-ok-what-has-108-removed/"
"-No longer able to trap prostitutes in your garage, now they can just walk out."
I snapped this 20 days ago:
Hey I got that hooker too! (Bottom Right)
But here is what I found...
New Bugs (Including one that compounded a older 1.14 bug)
"The Liberator" Monster Truck Spawn Point
Calling Pegasus to deliver The Liberator monster truck, no matter how close or far you are to the nearest “Tank Spawn Point”, may always put The Liberator monster truck in the field east of Fort Zancudo. Originally I believed that this only happened if you called Pegasus INSIDE YOUR Garage, but from a YouTube Video covering the Independence Day DLC, I later found out that this can happen if you are outside (the commentators were messing around on Venice Beach).
Wearing Wrong Clothes After On-Call Matchmaking
If you are suddenly sucked into a Mission through On-Call Matchmaking WHILE you are changing your clothes at a Clothing Store or Wardrobe, you may end up wearing the wrong clothes.
All Cars Will Disappear From Your Garage (Empty Garage), ONLY TEMPORARY
If you encountered the (discovered in 1.14) “Can’t Drive Car Out of Garage Bug”, and then you get suddenly sucked into a On-Call Matchmaking Lobby, then quit or get kicked, you then end up with no cars in your garage (patch 1.15). However, you can still get your cars back one by back, simply by… 1) Walking out of your garage, and 2) Calling your mechanic. Or, you can just 3) quit and join another session.
Characteristics of "The Liberator" Monster Truck
1) For a vehicle of it's size, it accelerates incredibly fast, on par with a unmodified Akuma motorcycle. But top speed is terrible. It won't be able to catch a fully modded Zentorno, but I did managed to catch a player in his Buffalo repeatedly.
2) Due to it's ride height and massive tires, it can scale over a majority of low-height walls pretty easily. It can also with its level of torque, be able to climb completely vertically against a building for a few feet before tipping over.
3) It has a tendency to land perfectly on all four tires when in mid air, like a cat. Otherwise, it rapidly tips back over into a drivable position.
4) Hitting a NPC driver head on in the center of the chassis is a instant kill even at low speeds. Hitting a driver with the left or right tire is also a instant kill at high speeds.
1) Not bulletproof, but very bullet resistant. High ride height makes it difficult even for auto-aiming players to shoot accurately into the cabin. A quick burst that could have killed you only takes up to half your health. Also when being shot at, turn and make the monster truck face backwards against the player to prevent lethal gunshots.
2) It can be blown up! But if a player gets mad at you for running him over while he is in his car and he is trying
to sticky bomb you, simply drive on top of HIS CAR to prevent him from detonating the bombs without killing himself.
3) The tires are bulletproof. Period. When running a player or player vehicle over, try hitting them head on with the victim in the center of the chassis, I was running over a player vehicle, and managed to cause his car to smoke and catch on fire after hitting him about five times. Then I tried to shoot through his car windows but accidentally caused his car to blow up with my AP Pistol. During this entire time, four of his friends got mad that I was messing with all of them and were pursuing me with Assault Shotguns, Combat MGs, and Sniper Rifles trying to take me out. Eventually I got it stuck on the barrier of a bridge and fell into the water. I don't know why they ceased to spawn camp me, but I killed one of the guys again with the fireworks launcher when he popped his head over the bridge.
1) Nearly $750,000, very costly vehicle, when a Rhino Tank is more useful and costs twice as much.
2) However, it is a $200 cost to use the vehicle. It's actually in my opinion a better idea than owning it. If you drive your truck into the water for example, thats just $200 bucks. Instead of say, losing your Zentorno in a high speed chase in the Fort Zancudo river and losing $9,000 each time you blow it up. It's like paying $200 for your Buzzard, that's $200 for infinite rockets, instead of paying $500 per RPG rocket.
3) For a vehicle that cannot be modified, it performs surprisingly well. It can catch up to a majority of modded vehicles with patient stalking. It will excel on a offroad chase if your victim is dumb enough to actually try to get away from you in a supercar on the hills. They keep spinning out of control, and you have perfect stability and insane torque and climbing ability.